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|17 Dec 1998||Wark Clements
Towards the cost of producing The Gathering Place which tells the story of the building of the new Scottish Parliament
|£186,743||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Dec 1998||Scottish Screen
Towards "Tartan Shorts" to provide an opportunity for emergent talent to produce cinematic short films at professional standard
|£45,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Dec 1998||Scottish Screen
Towards "New Found Land", a drama scheme for new filmmakers giving opportunities to work with longer form projects up to 25 minutes
|£60,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Dec 1998||Glasgow Film And Video Workshop
Towards "Cineworks", 5 short films providing opportunity for new/talented filmmakers to produce drama/documentary films SFA
|£58,588||Scottish Arts Council|
|16 Dec 1998||Glasgow Print Studio Limited
Towards the cost of a suite of computer equipment to produce design and marketing material in-house
|£12,750||Scottish Arts Council|
|16 Dec 1998||Glasgow City Council
Auld Lang Syne Manuscript - Acquisition
|£119,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 1998||Football
The Millennium Youth Challenge
|15 Dec 1998||The Pearce Institute
Towards arts festival in Clyde pedestrian and cycle tunnel between Govan and Whiteinch, Glasgow. NMEC Ref: 3000457
|£65,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|15 Dec 1998||Millennium Clock Makers Trust
Towards creating Millennium Clock Tower incorporating sculpture, woodwork and coloured glass. NMEC Ref: 3000199
|£74,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|15 Dec 1998||Raindog Limited
Towards developing and producing theatrical event for Millennium, retelling the story of Jesus Christ. NMEC Ref: 3000189
|£130,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|15 Dec 1998||NVA (Europe) Ltd
Towards performance in Glen Lyon celebrating the links between landscape and memory. NMEC Ref: 3000599
|£150,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|15 Dec 1998||Scottish Youth Dance
Towards combined arts festival for young people proceeded by an outreach programme for the year 2000. NMEC Ref: 3000319
|£95,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|10 Dec 1998||Safe Strathclyde Trust Ltd
This project will establish a Community Safety Partnership Unit dedicated to creating a series of community safety partnerships in areas of high crime and injury. The Unit will enable staff within statutory bodies to work with local people to produce and
|10 Dec 1998||Multiple Sclerosis Action Strathclyde
The project will refurbish premises to create a Day Centre where a range of therapeutic and social activities will be offered to people with a more advanced stage of disability due to Multiple Sclerosis than the organisation is currently able to provide.
|10 Dec 1998||The Poverty Alliance
This Project Will Create A National Network Of Community Organisations Which Will Assist Deprived And Disadvantaged Communities To Influence And Participate In The Local Development Of Policies And Programmes Of Social And Economic Inclusion. This Three Y
|10 Dec 1998||Drumchapel Disabled Action Group
This project will provide transport for people with physical disabilities, severely restricted mobility and wheelchair users, enabling them to access a range of services which will enable them to remain living independently in the community. This one year
|10 Dec 1998||One Plus: One Parent Families
The Project Will Involve Families From Diverse Communities Throughout Glasgow In An Exploration And Celebration Of Their Identity Through The Use Of Arts And Multimedia. It Will Involve A Journey Of The Family In Scotland Throughout The Ages Depicted Thr
|10 Dec 1998||Glasgow National Lottery Rough Sleeping Consortium
This Project Will Develop A Range Of Services For Single Homeless People To Compliment And Fill The Gaps In Services Provided By The Rough Sleepers Initiative In Glasgow. It Will Particularly Target Homeless Young People, Women And Vulnerable Refugees An
|10 Dec 1998||Scottish Institute Of Human Relations
This project will create a one-year certificate course of thirty half-day sessions for senior managers in voluntary sector organisations, aiming to heighten awareness of the role of leaders in achieving organisational objectives and managing change. This
|4 Dec 1998||Southwest Arts and Music Project
This group provides one to one musical tuition and encourages young people to develop and perform music and dance shows. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment and will fund administration costs and volunteer expenses.
|£4,300||Scottish Arts Council|
|4 Dec 1998||Partick Beat
This group promotes and organises drum orientated music and workshops for the benefit of local schools and community centres. The grant will be used to fund soundproof glazing.
|£3,440||Scottish Arts Council|
|4 Dec 1998||Mel-Milaap Panjabi Sahit Sabha
This group promotes and develops Panjabi language and culture through poetry, discussions, books and outreach work. The grant will be used to fund events, publishing, administration and publicity costs.
|£4,445||Scottish Arts Council|
|4 Dec 1998||The Clothes Off Our Backs
This group provides opportunities for local people to develop an interest in poetry. The grant will be used to fund the production of a short documentary film.
|£1,200||Scottish Arts Council|
|4 Dec 1998||Glasgow Schools' Pipe Band Association
This group provides opportunities for children to develop their musical and performance skills. The grant will be used to purchase bagpipes and cases.
|£4,870||Scottish Arts Council|
|4 Dec 1998||St Francis Wednesday Club
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to fund outings and visits.
|4 Dec 1998||Cook and Care
This group provides a home delivery service for local elderly and disabled people offering quality nutritious meals. The grant will be used to fund volunteer expenses and training and to purchase equipment.
|4 Dec 1998||Hillington Friendship Club
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund a Christmas event, outings, hospital visits and entertainment.
|4 Dec 1998||336th Glasgow Guides
This group provides young people with opportunities for growth and development. The grant will be used to purchase craft materials, camping equipment and lockers and to fund travel costs.
|4 Dec 1998||Blairdardie Ladies Club
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to fund outing and travel costs.
|4 Dec 1998||North Cardonald Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase a carpet and to fund staff training.
|4 Dec 1998||Penilee Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to fund outings, training and advertising costs and to purchase craft materials and toys.
|4 Dec 1998||Rathlin Street Community Hall
This group provides a community hall resource for local people. The grant will be used to purchase equipment and to fund programme costs, travel and volunteer expenses.
|4 Dec 1998||Longside Befriending Scheme
This group provides practical support and assistance for vulnerable young people. The grant will be used to fund volunteer expenses and travel costs.
|4 Dec 1998||St George's (Baillieston) Stroke Club
This group provides practical support and assistance to recovering stroke patients. The grant will be used to fund travel and outing costs.
|4 Dec 1998||East End Senior Citizens' Club
This group provides social support and recreational activities for people on low incomes. The grant will be used to fund a Christmas dinner, entertainment and transport.
|4 Dec 1998||CAST Carers Glasgow North West Forum
This group provides practical support, advice and assistance for carers. The grant will be used to purchase a video, tapes and information boards and to fund publicity and running costs.
|4 Dec 1998||The Greenways Trust
This group provides opportunities for local people to participate in community and environmental projects. The grant will be used to fund transport and training and to fund equipment and materials.
|4 Dec 1998||Indian Workers' Association Glasgow
This group provides practical support and assistance for minority ethnic workers. The grant will be used to fund research costs, volunteer expenses, travel and event costs and to purchase office equipment.
|4 Dec 1998||Glasgow Infertility Support Group
This group provides practical support, advice and information on infertility to local people. The grant will be used to purchase a computer, a television, a video and books.
|4 Dec 1998||Aikenhead Crime Prevention Panel
This group promotes awareness of crime prevention in the local area. The grant will be used to fund training costs, transport, safety awareness wallets, publicity costs and volunteer expenses.
|4 Dec 1998||201st/124th Glasgow Company Boys' Brigade
This group provides young people with opportunities for growth and development. The grant will be used to purchase expedition equipment and to fund training courses.
|4 Dec 1998||Glasgow Rotary : Charity Fun Day
This group promotes, co-ordinates and organises the raising and distribution of funds to local charitable organisations. The grant will be used to purchase a marquee extension and ancillary equipment.
|4 Dec 1998||U3A (Netherton)
This group provides social and recreational activities for unemployed older people. The grant will be used to fund transport, administration and conference expenses and to purchase a word processor.
|4 Dec 1998||Langton Activity Group
This group manages a community centre resource for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to fund the redecoration of the centre.
|4 Dec 1998||Possilpark Christmas Lights Forum
This group provides Christmas lights to draw the whole community together in a spirit of celebration during the festive season. The grant will be used to fund the hire of staging, a generator, a public address system and a disco unit.
|4 Dec 1998||The Friary Residents' Association
This group provides social and recreational activities for local residents. The grant will be used to fund social outings, a Christmas event and volunteer expenses.
|4 Dec 1998||Glasgow West End Club for the Visually Handicapped
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for visually impaired people. The grant will be used to fund travel, outings and entertainer expenses.
|4 Dec 1998||South Shawlands Pre-School Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment and books and to fund a puppet show, training and publicity.
|4 Dec 1998||Rosshall Playgroup
This playgroup provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment and books and to fund training courses, sessional fees, a Christmas party and a summer outing.
|4 Dec 1998||Scottish Black Workers' Forum
This group provides practical support and assistance for black and ethnic minority workers. The grant will be used to purchase office equipment and furniture and to fund publicity, stationery, administration and training.
|4 Dec 1998||Riverside Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be purchase craft materials, stationery, play equipment and to fund a Christmas party, a summer outing, prizes and advertising.
|4 Dec 1998||DASH Club
This group provides social and recreational activities for young disabled people. The grant will be used to fund sessional fees, publicity materials and administration costs.
|4 Dec 1998||Gorbals Heritage Group
This group collects, exhibits and produces information materials related to local heritage. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment and to fund printing costs.
|£4,938||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Dec 1998||Carmunnock Preservation Society
This group aims to preserve the architectural and historic character of the local community and provides opportunities for local people to develop heritage projects. The grant will be used to produce a video and fund website costs.
|£735||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Dec 1998||Broomfield Youth Club
This group provides opportunities for local young people to come together and take part in recreational activities. The grant will be used to purchase pool tables, a table tennis table and equipment.
|4 Dec 1998||Pollok United Boys' Club Under 10's
This group provides opportunities for boys to play competitive football and develop their skills in the game. The grant will be used to purchase training equipment and footballs.
|4 Dec 1998||Mount Florida Community Old People's Welfare Over 50 Club
This group provides opportunities for local elderly people to participate in social and recreational activities. The grant will be used to purchase a bowling carpet and bowls.
|4 Dec 1998||Gleniffer Thistle Boys' Club
This group provides opportunities for local boys to participate in competitive football and other sporting activities. The grant will be used to purchase full size goals, seven a side portable goals, nets and storage bags.
|4 Dec 1998||Knightswood Community Association Ladies Indoor Bowls
This group provides a facility for older people to play the sport of indoor bowls. The grant will be used to purchase two indoor bowls surfaces and two sets of bowls.
|4 Dec 1998||St Ninians Carpet Bowls
This group provides opportunities for older people to participate in the sport of bowls. The grant will be used to purchase carpet bowls and bowls bags.
|4 Dec 1998||Yoker Select Football Club
This group promotes fair play and participation in football and encourages young people to develop their skills in the game. The grant will be used to fund publicity costs and coaching fees and will purchase training equipment.
|4 Dec 1998||City Centre Football Club
This group provides opportunities for young people to participate in the sport of football through the playing of the small sided game. The grant will be used to purchase goals, training cones, bibs and footballs.
|4 Dec 1998||Pollok Angling Club
This group provides opportunities for local people to participate in the sport of angling. The grant will be used to purchase tents, rods, reels and a trailer.
|4 Dec 1998||Summertown and Iona Pensioners' Club
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund a theatre outing, travel and meal costs.
|4 Dec 1998||South Camlachie Neighbourhood Forum
This group provides social and recreational facilities for the local community. The grant will be used to fund training, childcare costs, publicity materials and alterations to a training room and to purchase stationery and materials.
|3 Dec 1998||Badminton
European Senior Championships
|1 Dec 1998||Naheed Cruikshank
Fees and expenses - Contract Nos: 98/143, 98/148, 98/149 Application Nos: 9900246, 9900256, 9900258
|£1,851||Scottish Arts Council|
|1 Dec 1998||Linda Haase
Fees and expenses - Contract No: 98/142 Application No: 9900243
|£612||Scottish Arts Council|
|1 Dec 1998||Scottish Cultural Enterprise Limited
Fees and expenses - Contract Nos: 98/157-98/165 Application Nos: 9900223, 9900236-9900238, 9900244, 9900245, 9900252, 9900257/262
|£6,345||Scottish Arts Council|
|1 Dec 1998||Visual Arts Projects
Fees and expenses - contract Nos: 98/135, 98/136, 98/140, 98/145 Application Nos: 9900227, 9900232, 9900241, 9900251
|£2,836||Scottish Arts Council|
|19 Nov 1998||East End Partnership Ltd
Ladywell School Workspace Proposal, Glasgow
|£743,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|13 Nov 1998||Joint Epilepsy Council
The co-ordinator will undertake an audit of services currently available to people with epilepsy in the UK to produce a database relating to these services. The grant over three years will fund a Joint Epilepsy Co-ordinators post recruitment costs trave
|10 Nov 1998||St Andrew's Orienteering Club (Glasgow)
Orienteering Development Plan Phase I
|29 Oct 1998||City of Glasgow Council
Towards the cost of funding for Glasgow Book Festival to encourage access and enjoyment of cultural activities
|£5,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|29 Oct 1998||Wellfield Nursery School
Towards the cost of funding for music therapy and after-school tuition for children continuing on from nursery school
|£5,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|15 Oct 1998||Lomond Productions
Towards the cost of pilot video, an anthology of Scottish childrens stories for distribution in schools/libraries/bookshops
|£24,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|15 Oct 1998||City of Glasgow Council
Towards the cost of commissioning large-scale collaborative cross- artform event for main exhibition space at Tramway
|£84,540||Scottish Arts Council|
|15 Oct 1998||Badminton
European Junior Championships
|29 Sep 1998||Epilepsy Action Scotland
This project is to train and support volunteers across Scotland who would provide support to people with epilepsy. The training will be accredited and the volunteers will be supervised and supported by a volunteer co-ordinator. The three year grant will f
|29 Sep 1998||Rainbow Care Centre
This project will provide a specially adapted mini-bus in order to allow frail residents to gain better access to a safe and healthy living environment. The one year grant will fund the purchase of a specially adapted mini-bus.
|29 Sep 1998||Castlemilk Youth Complex Limited
This project will enable young people to participate in a structure which will co-ordinate inter-agency meetings, training, action plans and fundraising for youth linked activities in the area. The two year grant will fund the purchase of office equipment
|29 Sep 1998||North Glasgow Community Forum
This project will provide a programme of training covering essential skills, financial and personnel management, and working with community groups The project will benefit long term unemployed people, lone parents and people returning to work living in a
|29 Sep 1998||Partick Community Association
This project will refurbish a community centre in order to make it accessible to wheelchair users, enabling a wider range of activities to be provided and increasing use by local people. The one year grant will fund refurbishment, professional fees, offi
|29 Sep 1998||Dalmarnock After School Care Project
This project will enable the organisation to provide after school care and school holiday care to a further eight families and children and to increase activities for all the children. The three year grant will part fund the salary for one full-time Child
|25 Sep 1998||Glasgow Development Agency
Merchant City Townscape Heritage Initiative
|£1,625,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Sep 1998||Carmylites Drama Group
This group provides entertainment through a drama group with the aim of improving the quality of life of local people. The grant will be used to fund Directors' fees, equipment, hall fees and van hire.
|£1,570||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||Glasgay!
This group organises and promotes a local community arts festival. The grant will be used to fund workshops, equipment, workshop leader fees and equipment hire.
|£4,880||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||Cardonald Craft Club
This group provides a meeting place for people of all ages to share skills in crafts and provide companionship. The grant will be used to fund craft demonstrations and outings to craft centres.
|£605||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||PATH
This group provides opportunities to use existing skills and learn new skills through art based activities and social welfare crafts for disabled adults. The grant will be used to fund running costs, art materials, professional artist fees and books.
|£1,842||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||Theatre Flux
This group provides theatre productions of contemporary classics, modern drama and new writing by reflecting relevant and thought provoking issues, for the benefit of the community. The grant will be used to fund volunteer expenses, travel and accommodati
|£2,519||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||Art for All
This group provides opportunities and assistance for people interested in drawing and painting. The grant will be used to fund art materials, equipment, tutor and model costs.
|£4,900||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||Indian Cultural and Festival Committee
This group promotes racial harmony among community groups and organises a multi cultural festival. The grant will be used to fund a 'Maha Bharta' event.
|£4,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||The Modern Institute
Towards the cost of purchase of computer, audio/visual equipment and display facilities to promote Scottish-based artists
|£7,792||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||College of Piping
Towards the cost of study (stages A & B) and option appraisal for new College premises
|£18,819||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||The Scottish Flute Trio
Towards the cost of commissioning new work, undertake workshops, tour and produce CD recording
|£14,824||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||Royston Road Project
Towards the cost of regenerative participatory arts project and urban space design project for 2 pocket parks in Glasgow
|£5,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||Sigma Films Limited
Towards the production cost of film "Somersault"
|£25,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Sep 1998||Beach Combers
This group provides social activities for children with special needs. The grant will be used to fund respite holiday costs.
|17 Sep 1998||The Strathbungo Society
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for the local community. The grant will be used to fund promotional materials and the hire of a venue.
|17 Sep 1998||Cathcartold: Heritage Community Care Project
This group provides advice, support and assistance for people requiring care in the community. The grant will be used to fund the installation of kitchen units and to purchase a cooker and fridge.